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Tsongkhapa ("The man from Tsongkha", 13571419), usually taken to mean "the Man from Onion Valley", born in Amdo, was a famous teacher of Tibetan Buddhism whose activities led to the formation of the Gelug school of Tibetan Buddhism. He is also known by his ordained name Losang Drakpa or simply as "Je Rinpoche". Also, he is known by Chinese as Zongkapa Lobsang Zhaba, He was the son of a Tibetan Longben Tribal leader who also once served as an official of the Yuan Dynasty of China. In his two main treatises, the Lamrim Chenmo and Ngakrim Chenmo, Tsongkhapa meticulously sets forth this graduated way and how one establishes oneself in the paths of sutra and tantra.


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1:Whatever depends on conditions
Is empty of inherent existence,
What excellent instruction could there be,
More amazing than these words?” ~ Tsongkhapa, Harmony of Emptiness and Dependent-Arising
2:That which is known as "meditation" is the act of sustaining an object of meditation and specific subjective aspects by repeatedly focusing your mind upon a virtuous object of meditation. The purpose of this is as follows. From beginningless time you have been under the control of your mind; your mind has not been under your control. Furthermore, your mind tended to be obscured by the afflictions and so forth. ~ Je Tsongkhapa
3:Meditate again and again until you have turned your mind away from the activities of this life, which are like adorning yourself while being led to the execution ground. ~ Tsongkhapa, Lamrim Chenmo (160)
4:Bhagavan, bodhisattvas should not learn many teachings. Bhagavan, if bodhisattvas grasp and know one teaching, they will have all of the Buddha’s teachings in the palm of their hand. What is this one teaching? It is great compassion. ~ Je Tsongkhapa, Lamrim Chenmo,

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1:Emptiness is the track on which the centered person moves. ~ Je Tsongkhapa
2:Since all living beings are bound by their craving for existence, you must begin by finding the determination to be free. ~ Je Tsongkhapa
3:"Since all living beings are bound by their craving for existence, you must begin by finding the determination to be free." ~ Je Tsongkhapa
4:Whatever depends on conditions
Is empty of inherent existence,
What excellent instruction could there be,
More amazing than these words? ~ Tsongkhapa
5:Even if a bodhisattva investigates the highest wisdom, one is not a proper bodhisattva unless one applies skillful means for the benefit of other sentient beings. ~ Je Tsongkhapa
6:Through watering the ground of affectionate love with cherishing love, And then sowing the seeds of wishing love and compassion, the medicinal tree of Bodhichitta will grow. ~ Je Tsongkhapa

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